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Th8 Asheboro Courier.
Asheboro, N. C, Biipt. 7, 1905'
Arrival and Departure of Trains,
train No. 141, arrives nt 10:00 a. ni
Train No. 107, urriveu at 3:10 p.
;Train No. 113, arrives at 9:35 p.
Train No. 70. arrives ul 8:25 1. ni,
Train No. 130, nrrivra nt 11:01a. in,
Train No. 42, arrive nt 2:23 p. in.
o. 142. leavomit 4:10 a. in,
So. ISO, luaveti at 1 1 :0S u. in
Jo. 144, leavraat 4:30 p. mi
f SOUTH HOUND.
leave at I": l-
lenven nt 3:l."
leiive at 3:.'i0
I Local and Personal.
Miss Blanche Cofli n rutu rued front
jichmoml lust week.
J Mr W J Srarlmrw went Htvuy Mon
ay on it linsiiu-ss (rip.
I Mr Hugh MuCuin is visiting his
laughter Mrs J b luugc.
I Messrs W J I'age and T Ji Cox, of
Ulise were lu town X uesuuy.
Miss Lillie Bunch left Monday
,jt a visit to iclutives in Durkum
)Mrs J K Walker leaves this week
or a visit to her sons in v 'uncord.
I Mr J 0 Miller spout last Sunday
Tith his hrotuer in lIiai lotto.
TMr W II Muring returned from
t oe Northern Markets last friday
-Miss lielle Lanier of Guilford
nnty is visitiujher sister Mrs J no.
Mrs J K Pago and little daughter
lice spent last baturday wild miss
Misa Alma Ferree has resigned
er positien at the Asheboro Chair
Mr W II Pickurd of Kundlernan
M here Tuesday.
Miss Linnie Shainburgcr was here
4tcrday on her way to Guilford
Messrs Seth Laughlin and T II
aiding mado a business trip to
Miss Lizzie Spencer retrned to
Jlgh Point Monday after spending
er vacation at home.
I Mrs YV C Hammoud and sister
Miss Whitfield went to Laurinburg
iftt week fo visit their parents.
Messrs McPherson and Croker
ve opened up a livery business in
Je old Ross and Rush Building.
;Misa Clara Spencer returned Mon
ly from a visit to her friend Miss
ebe, near Spies, Moore county.
Rev W A Bunch and little sou
abort went to Burlington Monday
i attend the marriage of Miss fc-'taf-4fd.
Mrs H L Brower und little daugh
f Annie left Monday af ternoon lor
Atlanta after spending several
t ks here.
Mr F II Thorns of Kew York
.ty spent Sunday here with bis par
tis at the borne of Mr and Mrs W
I Moring. -
it the residence of C O Inguld
off iciating justice, Aug 31st Mr
k Brown to Miss Dora Browu all
Mr Leigh who has been in the
Stiire business for the last few
Sths will move to Richmond in a
?rof Warburton has received a
nple copy of the Rnssian-Japanese
V. He saya the book will be out
about ten days.
$e?eral prominent men in the
nnty were here Monday among
em were Messrs T J Redding J r
mil, J T Thomdurg andD 0
The Band Boys were out serenad
jf Mouday night. They have learn
rapidly and will aoou show the
iple of not only Asheboro but other
ft what they can do.
Misses Laura Stiuison, Annie
milinson. Mary Leo Erwin and
tisy Page, teachers in the Graded
hool arrived yesterday and were
d for the opening of the school
Srlendo Jarrell, who was at one
connected with the Courier
no with the High Point En
prise was here yesterday and gave
a pleasant call.
ilr Edward II Farris brother of
f J J Farris, editor of the High
iiat Enterprise' was one of the
i-cessful applicants in the law ei
li nations Just week.
Miss Clara Moflitt left yesterday
Elon College. Her friend Mies
i who has been visiting her went
it her to be present at the opening
rose of Eloa College.
Mr II irris Redding expects to
ove his family hero in the near
jture in order that his chiWren
my have the advantage of Aslic
pro'f good Graded School.
I Ituv C W Itohinson pastor of the
fresbyterian Church has returned
torn a mouths stav in the moootains
fhs family are still there Mrs Rob
eson's health is vry much impoved.
Mr and Mrs O'Brien of Mai
ls returned to their home in Max
ttt Friday. Jin O'Brien has-been
ere for several weeks hoping that
Be change won Id benefit her sick
Miaddens 8 Ferree a son of
1r on R Ferree liviDg near Cedar
aha obtained license to practice law
urn the Supreme CTJurt last week.
'j Feme lead law under prof K Y
ulley at Wake Forest Collegi
Mr D B McCrary made a business
trip to 1 roy lust week.
Mr T J Winslow went to Gieen.v
Bom to Mr and Mis Genrge
Barker a fine buuy girl.
Mr Tom Worth went tu Spruy
last week on a visit.
Miss Pearl Clmmnotss of Climax
is visiting at Prof J M Wnys.
Mis Ida Lowe, lias gone home for
a two weeks aealiuii.
Mis A C AlcAlit-ti r lius riitiiiiiil
from a visit to Aloniuittoii.
Mr E L Rugau is the cushier of
the new High 1'oiut tfisviuga lSank.
Mies Huberts of Aluuon, Georgia
spent Suuday luie ttitli .Mis J f
I'rotrautvd bt-rviut-s at the Method
ist PiotesUtnt Church closed last Fri
Henry Ingram arrived Tuesday
He bus come to attend school here
again ibis winter.
Miss Williurd, of near High Point
is visitinft the family of Mr Z F
Rev W L Sherrill has returned
from a trip, to the mountains, where
be has lieeii recuperating.
Mr aub Mrs J G Steed were on the
passenger train Monday eu route to
Washington u V.
Air and Airs Win Pntuliurd of
Elise, Moore County were iiere Fii-
.lay to see Hr akt field.
Mrs Alendeiihiill ef High Point
spent several days here recently with
her sun Mr l'ercy Meuuonuall.
Miss Jessie Boroughs left yester
day tor Imou (Jollegu where she gots
to enter so hool.
Mr 11 R Ross left Tuesday for
Fort Scolt, Kansas, where he wi lit
to purchase a cur load of horses.
Mr J M Burrow accidentally cut
bis ankle on Monday with nn axe
and made au ugly gash to the bone.
Miss Ida Redding, who has been
helping Air JP Boroughs in the
Roisters oflice returned to her home
Mits Myrtle Scarboro returned
Alonduy ft out a visit to her grand
parents at Alt Gilead and friends at
Air Hugh Moflitt who has been
with the Rain olph Bulletin left
last week for Texas wiiere h goes to
go iu business with his father.
Alis J D Simpson returned from
Cauada Friday night, where she has
been visiting relatives and friends
since Juno 1st.
Charles Ross left Tuesday on the
passenger train- He wenX to Harnett
county on a business trio, and froni
there he goes to make an address nt
The Courier will be delayed in
getting iu new presses and fixtures
until in October or probably later
owiug to the dilliculty in getting
material and help, and other matters
over which we have no control.
The Sunday Sehool Convention
held last Sunday at Alt Lebanon
charch, I'nion township, was attend
ed by a large crowd. The Conven
tion was very interesting, and eveiy
Sunday School iu the township was
The Columbia township Sunday
school convention will be held iu the
Christian church ut Rainseur on the
first Sunday iu October. Air AI E
Johnson is president of the township
association and Mr W T Foushee is
Good advice to women. If you
want a beautiful complexion, clear
skin, bright eyes, red lips, good
health, take Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. There is nothing like it.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Asheboro
. Never before -has an other paper
published iu tho county printed half
so much home news matter as The
Courier has printed daring the jast
several mouths. Within the next
few months we hope to. enlarge the
paper to eight payers. ;
For several weeks the mechanical
department of the Courier has been
baudicapped by the continued illness
of our faithful foreman whose health
does not improve. Aluch work has
been done iu the job department.
Our friends have been exceedingly
kind in the patronage- of the job
Alias Martha Redding, of Asheboro
was in town Alonday and Tuesday,
visiting AlrrW F Talley. Miss
Redding will teach at Worlhville
this year. Randleman made a try
to Secure the services of Miss Red
ding, but tho WorthTille people
knew too well what they wanted auu
Miss Martha felt bound by a sort ot
implied contract. Well, we don t
blame Yi oitbvilie a bit. itanuieinitn
Tbe man who Insures his tlf is
wise (or bis family.
Tbs mam who insures his health
' Is wise both for hi family and
Yea auy Insare health by fuard
Ing It. Kb worth ruardlng.
At the tint attack of disease,
which geaerally approaches
tbrvarh the LIVER and mani
fests itself la Innumerable way)
And your health.
Crown Milling Company Changes Hart's.
Mr 0 (.' Crai'fnrd butight out the
I'roHii liollei-Anil vc.'ii r.luv of A'r
C J Cox.
Mr Cfttliford was interested in the
the Asheboro Holler Mill unlill ic-
eently when he sold out t. Mr
On last Sunday morning Miss IdajRil0,lt l;f't-r.'. portion f h-r youth
IV iiikiiw fhinir itir nt Mr nut Aim
Eleu.er Winslow whs niaiied to Air
bran k Phillips. The ceremony was
performed by l!ev W E Swam at
the home of the brides parents.
At the brides home in Utiiliii"ton
Aliss Belle Stafford to Air James
Cheek, of Durham. Aliss Stafford
ery well known in Asheboro hav
ing spent several weeks here last
winter during her 6ister, Airs
Deaths of Horses.
In 'he last ten days six horses
have died in Asheboro. Messrs E
G Alorris mid Al S Davis lost one
each as was mentioned in last week's
paper. McDowell Bros lost one next
then Airs Alorgan, widow of the late
John Alorgau, sent one to town with
a load of lumber. It was taken sick
and died here. On Saturday night
Mr Jesse Miller lost one, and yester
day Air Otis Rich. Air Rich's hoise
had been Biuk with pneiinienia for
the last ten days.
The sehool authorities have just
mushed taking a census of the cor
porate town und the figures show a
very gratifying increase iu popul.-t
tion. The last legislature extended
the limits on three tides of the town
but iinki'iiir allowance for new pop
ulation taken iu by the extent ion.
The returns show au incitucc ot
nearly 05 per cent over the figures
of -900. Asheboro's growth for the
past few veins has been rapid and
substantial as it ought to hive been
for it is one of the best tow ns in the
Graded School Opening.
The Asheboro traded schools be
gin today, and it is important that
there he a full attendance at the
beginning of the term. Let every
parent in Asheboro (end all his
children of school agu from the be
ginninv, and make a sajriliet, if
necessary, to do so. ion may leav
to your cbjldrcn houses und homes,
lands and tenements, and vast estates
in stocks and bonds, but these fre-
iueutly slip from the hands of the
owners, but nil education is a price
less gil t, it cannot be stolen or swept
away. It may be used tor good or
evil us the mind may be inclined.
in education pioperly directed is
wsrtu more to your boy or girl than
any inheritance of lands or money.
The Misses Moring Entertained.
The Misses Alorin" entertained the
young people at their home Tuesday-
night in a very uniiue way. 1 he
entertainment was given to the
Ramblers," and their escorts, and
visitors in town were also invited,
I he young couples got torethei
uid were given hats und trimmings
and the young men were requested
to trim hats and let the ladies wear
them. After the hats were trimmed,
the couples paraded so that the
judges might decide who was the
best milliner. .Miss itta lSIair wore
the hat that was awarded the prize
it wits trimmed by Mr J A Spence
who showed talents above the average
man iu "hat trimming."
fter the program was completed
delicicus refreshments wore served.
Mr. David M. Petty Dead.
Mr David AI Petty died at hs
home in Greensboro after a long ill
ness Sunday afternoon at 5 p. tu.
Air Petty moved his family from
sheboroto Greensboro about eigh
teen months ago. He hud lived in
Ashekoro for lifteeii years and was
engaged in manufacturing and lum
ber enterprises. Before lie moved to
Asheboro ne lived in Arclulale wiiere
he was interested in the Spoke &
Handle Factory. He was t'i years
uld and was an active, useful citi
zen and a loyal member of the
Friends church. His remains were
brought to Trinity Tuesdsy and
taken over to Springfield church for
Air Petty, leaves a wife, two sons,
Mr John W Petty, of Florida and
Air Walter Petty, of Savannah, Ga,
and Airs Ho! ton, wife of Distiict
Attorney A E Hoi ton of Winston,
who have the sympathy of a host of
friends in Randolph county.
.nVrnnc Hiiuclml Dollars Hcwlln an?
if Catarrh that cannot If iMir.it hy Hall's
CutHrrh Cure. K J Chfiu-y A Co, Tole-lo. o.
for the laia IS yearn, an J Ix-llpvo him iHMfeetly
Wc. tne unntnuKneil. nave Known r J I ;kih y
honorable in all Lmtmiw transm-tioii!. ami tlnaie
cially able to carry out any olillallons maile liy
Ills llrm. wmiim. Kiniinn ,v jsarvin.
Wholesale ih-uhrhi. ioimo. ii.
Hall-a Catarrh Cure it taken Intomiillr, aellnt
ilireetly Ulion the h!nnrt an.l limcou enrfaec ol
the hytnu. Testimonial went Tree. I'rice ..?('.
pcrtritne. Sola ly all nniKrfistH.
Union Township Snndiy Softool Association.
Union Township Sunday School
Association held at Alt Lebanon
church Sept 3rd, oieiied by a song
by the sehool. 1'rayer by ,VJ J
Leach; address by Prof J AI;Way,of
Prof Way made a grand impres
sion upon our people concerning
Snnday school work, rrof W ay is
folly able to do the subject of bun
day school work justice. Quito
large congregation was present, and
much interest taken. Officers of
the township liring elected as fol
lows: J D Welch, 1'res, 11 Kichard-
son, Vice-Pres, C. II Lucas Sec and
It is Biirprising, bnt nevertheless
true, thnt tjtihoid kills almost as
large a per cent of its victims as
does yellow fever. This applies to
large ci'ies where the best medical
skill is obtainable. The per cent of
deaths is greater in typhoid fever
outside the cities.
Mis. Anna Gales Catling Dead
The Ciiecnslu r) Correspondent
ol the Aews nml Observer snys:
The remains nf Mrs John Gntling,
who died i i I JithI u Jil, paste
through If i- Moiiibiy tor iuterineJ.
j The news of h.-r (imth uriitle
prcifoti u l Mirrow lure As A! isi
! Anna (lal. s, she w,-.s .'really admired
and beloved by a larjie rircle of
'friends in (ireenslni., where she
''us u n i.-ue
she was married. She was the only
diiuirhter ot the 'ale Key Western 1
Gales of Montreal, who was
evangelist and who conducted a series
meetings in Asheloro,
With the approach of fail nn
chants who fail to ten the wisdom of
advertising durinvr the dull months
will begin to think uf trying the
merits of printers ink during the
busy months. For tne benefit of
The Telegram and other newspapers,
as well as foi the good of tho mer
chants themselves we would conn
sel them to beware of advertising
"schemes." It is hardly necessary
to deline what we mean by
"scheme." The business men know,
though we don't think they look
sharply enough at them. In these
times an advertisement must be full
of information and suggestion that
will create a want. A "scheme"
never permits of that hoi t of thim;
It only appeiilj to n firm's fondness
tor seeiuL' its name in some console
lions form and the advertising merit
of that sort of a proposition is cer
tainly doubtful. Newppuper adver
tising on the other hand is of ac
knowledged worth. It needs no de
fense ut our hands. It has leached
astageof importance in this countiy
and the world for that matter that
does not permit or its value being
seriously questioned. Not only is
this circumstance to be considered,
but there is the consideration thut
live newspapers help boom a town
and in this way make more business.
Town pride and self-interest, direct
and indirect, therefore combine to
suggest to the merchant tbe wisdom
of patronizing his home papers. Air
.Merchant, let us pucsiiuuc you to
make your newspaper appropriation
larger and your "scheme" appropri
ation smaller' Greensboro lele
gram. To tho Parents of Asheboro.
The success of any enterpiise de
pends upon its being followed wiih
steady persistent energy. No busi
ness ran succeed in which those
most concerned are a- sent for (lavs
tnd iveeks ut a time. This is es
pecially true of school work. No
parent need expect his child to
iiinko satisfactory progress in school
unless that child attends regularly,
and prepares carefully and thorough
ly every lesson.
llie pupil who enters school a
month or six weeks late, and who is
ubseut, on an average, two or three
days a week, is not only wasting,
Ins tune but is also lor in nig careless
slip-shod habits which will be a se
rious lutulerance to him in after life.
We hope and purpose to make the
work of this year the best yet. We
expect a larger enrollment and a
more regular attendance, and we
shall certainly strive to maintain
the highest standaids of work. 1 he
course of study adopted is full und
complete through the nine grades,
and with a school term of only eight
months it is more than ever necessary
thut pupils enter at ths opening, a"d
be present every day throughout the
The people of Asheboro have cause
to be proud of what they are doing
for their school. With a more com
modious building soon to be erected,
with a larger tax levy for tho main
tenance of the school it only remains
now for the parents to co-operate
fully with the teachers to make the
sehool second to none of equal size
u the state. A long pull, a strong
pull ull together, and we shall be on
the top -of the hill. Give 113 your
hearty aid and co-operation and help
us to do for the children of Ashe
boro all that thv school should do
Cii.v.s. AI. Stalk v, Supt.
Special Rates Vis S A L Railway.
lMCHMuMi, V A.
ilnl Order True lu-form.-i-s. ono
Tickettt sold S-ittenitH
limit rvpscinlHT I llli.
HOT M-Kl.TliS, AliK. Sinvinl Kxenrsion
Hates. I Ilia Knrr'nlnti A4.no. TiekeN lilliit-
I 1.11 (lav. Sold lirst and tllird IVllsdavs ill
t'll.Vl TANOOiiA. TKNX. Knelion of
Monuments l.v the Nafp of Noitli Cirotimi.
fliieiiinaiiKt l'nrl., Septi-mlier 17 I'd. linnl
unit live dnvs from date of sale, tine far
his iffW round trip.
IlKNYKU, fdl..- National Kneanipinent
iriuid Annv of die Kepul.lie. N-pt 1-7, So
l.d Ijiu lia'tes to IlLNYKR. C'l l.( )f A IX I
l'lilNlIS or IVel.!...
rilll.Al)KI.I'lllA, I'A IVriarchs Milit
nt and Sovereign tirand Lodire I t) (I K
Sept lil-L'.l. llie fare pln Jl.i'.l. Tick
is wild N-pt 1.1-14, la, tipsl limit N'pt 2 'tll
itti privil.-uo of exli-nsion.
lilCIIMtiND, VA.- f-aini.TsXational -.a-nsss,
S-pt li One firet elasfaif plus
3 cents. Tickets sold Sent 1 0-1 1-12. hnal
limit S pl. 2."ili.
Sjsieial Mat' neoomuof aorasionsnot men
iomsl alk.ve will Iv filniishr.1 njKin applica
ion; also titiie-tiiM.-n or any additional infor-
Travelii.o I'ass.-ni- A.-nt.
Ituleigli. X. V.
When Messrs John G and J 1
Ileileg, of Salisbury, administered
on the estate of their brother tbe
late 0 S Ileileg, a promising young
lawyer and business man, they fort ml
the estate worth some $50,000 to
$G0,000, practically all of which
had been accumulated by the deceas
ed in the few short years of his life,
lie was by work and close applica
tion to business wonderfully suc
cessful, and he paid the penalty
with his life. lie wat never idle,
always at work; but his life was cut
off in youth before its prim.
The death of Afr Noll, who win a
patient at the State Hospital in
Wa'eigh is being investigated by a
eoronor's jury. Noll, who was con
sidered daiigcoiH liinalie tried to
esc i in- tin d was pursued and caught
by some of the hospital iit'cndaiiK
It I- eh irged that be wit mislrenti d
and (bed from the efl'e but tie
lio.piial I'Mthoriti.'j. say ti.at. tleatjs
came lioni over exei lion.
Farm for Sale.
. in n- III.- "-1!-
Trie; v. lined.,!!.!
from Tie n
or lilt le,.;e
One li.'i :i,
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a l.-aelier lo .1.1,
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selio .l In said lii-n
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iennts will lie lien
um" IKT OFT UK I ciMUTluN OK
TIID BANK OF RANDOLPH,
ASI1KIKHI. S C..
atel.we of Isimiiivi Alllt. Si. IWO lellsi.l
In-iii r.-N.tL to Noitli ramlil.u toiis.u..
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lmii-aml liist-ounts ir
ll.nl ; lloii-c l-'.ir. nii.l Hvliirt- ,. r.,i;oil
ih-i-ioi. It.nns tiiul.m
Hue mini Hanks and Hankers Il.flitlltt
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silver coin. inetii'liiiK all iiiinnr coin
eiineiiey I. llli. VI
Natl. .iihI Imnk notes and otli.r (T s
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Stale otN. C. Count, of ltan.lol.li.
I. W. J. An.llleld. Jr.. Cifslii.-r of Hi.-Ilank of,
Itnn.l.ilpli, do sole.nnlv swear thai tin- nlovc
stal.-inonl is Inn- to the Is'st of my Inn... l.-ilua
mid MM. W. I. AIIMFIKI.il. Jr.. Ca.slii.-r.
Swor . to und suljserils-d l,.-f.in r Hit- :ll.-t
C. II. llfs.sKl.!.. Nolan 1'ul.Me
At Burlington. (
DO YOU WANT A POSITION? ;
We Can Give You One,
The Scott-Mebano Mfg. Co.,
of Burlington is enlarging its
capacity and needs one hun -i
dred more youns ladies at !
once to operate sewing ma-;
Our engine furnishes the
motive power, and we 1
Pay You While You
Our building is new, well
lighted, and kept comfortable
by motor fans in summer, and
steam neat in winter.
You can secure board with
vour friends: or we will at
your request, find a suitable
place lor you at a private resi
dence. If you prefer to live
in Gr.iham, we will give you a
similar position there.
Write us today,
Burlington, N. O.
W. E. HILL I
Groceries, Shoes and Notions j
Ulah. N. C. !
J. L. Norman
for fair Bargain s and fair
Groceries and Notions,
.Ion,-' i 1.1 S..I-..I. I.-.. Mix-.-,
We Sell the Earth!
If you are interested in the
proposition, in or near Asheboro,
we think we can please you as to lot,
prices and terms. Office in Bank IJ'ld'g.
Armfield (Si Laughlin.
Real EstiMe DeeJers.
Can we interest yo in a
We have a full line ol seasonable Hardware.
We have just received a complete line of Harness,
double and single, and will make you attractive prices
on any thing in that line.
tiuns, Amuuition and Spotting Uoods ol all kinds.
Barbour Virginia and High
Lewis & Winslow
Notices Inserted imdor this head at one
oeit a word eacl: ' isnrtlon.
. ImelliiiK Hon,
', uiili a
ids of jflud.'d
.lAM'I'.i: .l MAN,
.MAN' YANT. l.n
mils il.n li; ;:-.,..
i iliia whole ( lion
y l-M ,,laee
.1. AT HA VS.
IKTMtu ol trilM'.vnrl
I Willi loeil terrilon
Salary sill pod w.-,
Manager Hraneln'.. .'!-.':) Iienrltoni htreet,
I 1 1 A V K w,,
I..- lo cclinnoe
u,i- II I woi.l-l
i: li Aloiiul.
( 111 S.tliildiiv. 1. J
tH-k I w'ill sell lo
..f ll.e Inle li I"
miles from III-!,
n llie premi
w. c iii-:i!Xiiox.
DR. W. P. REAVES
New MeAdo Building-,
Greensboro, N. C,
I nu-tiec liuiile.l to !is,-,is.-s
oftl.o Kve. Kar, Nose and 1 Ilr
Hours' I .-10 I,, .-, p. ,.
Al lll-li Point Olhee ....u
Store, .Mon.h-. Wednesdav III d
Hours T:;I0 lo I I :.:tl a! lu.
N. P. COX,
Jewe er and
Asheboro, N. C.
DR. F. A. HENLEY,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Nitrous tU and (lxvo.ii e-r painless l'..v
Omces First Rooms Over the
Bank of Randolph.
yy q STEDMAN & CO
Hpavv nA F.inri Cirnrfirti
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Depot St. West Side Kailroml.
L. M. POX, M. D.
ASHEBORO, N. C.
( HIfi li'.k prufi-ssinBiil U i' (i i he
i itizniiR (f;Af li.torii':n'.l HimminlhiK
umiiutiuity. nilift"-; At KvlK-iift'
J. V. HUNTER, M. D.,
Asheboro, N. C.
Has refitted and rei'ui-nished
B RBER SHOP
and now has one of the nicest,
cleanest and best fitted shos in
the county. (Opposite Wood &
Vegetable, liver pills. Test
is what they are. They cure;
it is simply a
that we are advertising;
and you will do well to get
tms well fixture, we can l-
sell it to you for less mc uey
than yon can buy it of a
Also do not forget that
we handle the
We have just received 50
from $8.00 to $18.00 per suit.
Nie Imp Whirs and Kancv
IT! Kin-nisihintrs V.tp.. i'hpan.
The prettiest line of ixw
displayed in Asheboro. ue sure to see tnem.
Very truly yours,
WOOD & MORING.
Our buyer is in the North
ern markets this week pur
chasing fall and winter stock.
Watch this space.
I ifiorns-ocarooro-muTTiii wfu.
Telephone No. 7.
Dress and Waist Goods!
Let us tell you something. We are receiving a nice
line of Dress and Waist Goods for Summer, Fall and Win
ter wear. These goods were bought before the advance
in prices bought right and will sell them right.
Boys' Suits, Men's
Shoes, all styles and prices. We carry a full line of No
tions. We have some odds and ends in Shoes will Bell
cheap. Siecial bargains in dilferent lines. Come in and
we will save you money on your purchases.
Ridge, Fox & Company.
Capt. J. W. Fry, Pres. R. R. King, Vice. Pree.
E. Caldwell, Jr., Secy.
The Greensboro Life Insurance
Organized 1905. (Legal Reserve)
$100,000 Paid Capital. $25,000 8urplus.
Writes all cdinary forms of policy contracts. Each
policy is registered and secured by Treas. Dept of State.
""s - Sa:
suits of Summer Clothing at
Vests. Straw Hats. Oliara.
- quartered l an bnoes ever
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